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Elm Street Front Porch Remodel
Elm Street Front Porch Remodel
Anthony James Construction
This beautiful home in Westfield, NJ needed a little front porch TLC. Anthony James Master builders came in and secured the structure by replacing the old columns with brand new custom columns. The team created custom screens for the side porch area creating two separate spaces that can be enjoyed throughout the warmer and cooler New Jersey months.
Historic Porch & siding Restoration - 19th Century Victorian
Historic Porch & siding Restoration - 19th Century Victorian
J.P. Hoffman Design Build
"Beginning to end, it honestly has been a pleasure to work with Jason. He possesses a rare combination of attributes that afford him the simultaneous perspective of an architect, an engineer, and a builder. In our case, the end result is a unique, well thought out, elegant extension of our home that truly reflects our highest aspirations. I can not recommend Jason highly enough, and am already planning our next collaboration." - Homeowner This 19th Century home received a front porch makeover. The historic renovation consisted of: 1) Demolishing the old porch 2) Installing new footings for the extended wrap around porch 3) New 10" round columns and western red cedar railings and balusters. 4) New Ipe flooring 5) Refinished the front door (done by homeowner) 6) New siding and re trimmed windows
Even the new looks good
Even the new looks good
James C Schell LLC
Unable to restore the original railings on the front and side, these Intex railings and balusters were a terrific replacement and complemented the originally architecture beautifully. James C Schell
A great place to hang out
A great place to hang out
James C Schell LLC
Careful attention was given to the columns. James C Schell
Foto di un piccolo portico vittoriano davanti casa con un tetto a sbalzo
Beautiful Porch
Beautiful Porch
James C Schell LLC
The owners reasearched and selected a victorian color scheme that was true to the period and fit in well with the neighborhood. James C Schell
Immagine di un piccolo portico vittoriano davanti casa con un tetto a sbalzo
Eagle, WI Front Porch
Eagle, WI Front Porch
J&J Construction
Foto di un portico vittoriano davanti casa con pedane e un tetto a sbalzo
Victorian Porch Remodel
Victorian Porch Remodel
Kraft Custom Construction
For this Victorian-era home in the Albany historic district, it was essential for us to maintain historic design guidelines. This required a historic design review and approval by the Historic Landmarks Commission before we could start the project. Once approved, we replicated the existing porch design while removing the poor framing details supporting the porch. Almost everything out of view was in dangerous disrepair and required complete reconstruction. In addition to restoring the porch in accordance with historic design guidelines, we repaired the wood windows and installed matching storm windows. Our clients now enjoy the stunning curb appeal of their historic home and peace of mind knowing the structure is solid. Funny Story: Halfway through this project, someone lost control of their vehicle as it headed in the direction of the home. Luckily, they regained control of their vehicle 4 feet from the project, avoiding a huge disaster!
Nashville Avenue Home Addition & Renovation in New Orleans, La.
Nashville Avenue Home Addition & Renovation in New Orleans, La.
Archi-Dinamica Architects, LLC
This photo shows the addition of a covered porch, master bath wing, and new landscape. The original house featured a flat gable end with no porch.
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Porch Addition
Porch Addition
J. Francis Company LLC
About: Abandoned two years ago by a previous contractor, and overwhelmed by the challenges associated with building an updated porch respectful to this Queen Anne style home, J. Francis Company, LLC was referred to the customer by Maynes & Associates, Architects. Perched at the highest point on the North Side with a panoramic view is where Deb Mortillaro and Mike Gonze make their residence. Owners of the famous Dreadnought Wines and Palate Partners in the Strip District of Pittsburgh, Deb & Mike wanted a porch to use for entertaining & wine tasting parties. Design features include reuse of original porch footers, mahogany tongue & groove flooring, a railing system that compliments the original design yet complies with the code and features a clear coated Cyprus top rail. The original porch columns were most likely stone bases with wood posts that have been replaced with columns to enhance the updated look. The curved corner has been reproduced including a custom-built curved handrail. The whole porch comes together, tying in the red mahogany floor, Cyprus handrail, and stained bead board ceiling. The finished result is a breathtakingly beautiful wrap-around porch with ample room for guests and entertaining. Testimonial: "Our beloved porch had been taken down to be rebuilt for two years before we met the great folks at J. Francis Company. We knew this porch had great potential and all it would take was the right people to make it happen - ones with vision and great craftsmanship. In conjunction with our architect, Greg Maynes, Dave Myers of J. Francis Company guided this project along with tremendous skill and patience. His creative suggestions and practical thought made the process painless and exciting. The head carpenter JK was a marvel and added touches that made a spectacular difference. We use our home and especially this porch to entertain both clients and friends throughout the year. They all have been anxiously waiting to hear that it is done. A pleasant surprise will be theirs when they arrive."
Historic Porch & siding Restoration - 19th Century Victorian
Historic Porch & siding Restoration - 19th Century Victorian
J.P. Hoffman Design Build
"Beginning to end, it honestly has been a pleasure to work with Jason. He possesses a rare combination of attributes that afford him the simultaneous perspective of an architect, an engineer, and a builder. In our case, the end result is a unique, well thought out, elegant extension of our home that truly reflects our highest aspirations. I can not recommend Jason highly enough, and am already planning our next collaboration." - Homeowner This 19th Century home received a front porch makeover. The historic renovation consisted of: 1) Demolishing the old porch 2) Installing new footings for the extended wrap around porch 3) New 10" round columns and western red cedar railings and balusters. 4) New Ipe flooring 5) Refinished the front door (done by homeowner) 6) New siding and re trimmed windows
South Salem Victorian
South Salem Victorian
Saranac Builders Corp.
Salem NY renovation. This Victorian home was given a facelift with added charm from the area in which it represents. With a beautiful front porch, this house has tons of character from the beams, added details and overall history of the home.
Sunol Farmhouse
Sunol Farmhouse
Thomas Saxby Architect
Porch addition off the kitchen with views of the old barn and orchards.
Idee per un portico vittoriano dietro casa con un tetto a sbalzo
Victorian Revival
Victorian Revival
New England Artisans Remodeling & Design Group
Eddie Day
Immagine di un portico vittoriano di medie dimensioni e davanti casa con pedane e un tetto a sbalzo
Liddiard
Liddiard
Finney Construction
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Gilded Age Home
Gilded Age Home
Commonwealth Home Design
Architect: Susan Caughey Pierce Builder: Commonwealth Home Design Photographer: Greg Hadley
Idee per un portico vittoriano con pedane e un tetto a sbalzo
Montecito Shingle Style Home
Montecito Shingle Style Home
Allen Construction
Jim Bartsch Photography
Ispirazione per un portico vittoriano con un tetto a sbalzo
Italia
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